courtesy of singtao.com
courtesy of takungpao.com
Yesterday a tabloid claimed that Pierre Ngo Ka Nin while working on the film PERFECT WEDDING (BAI HUEN DOR CHING) was the victim of a theft, and co-star Miriam Yeung Chin Wa "hinted" at Chrissie Chau Sau Na. Chau Sau Na clarified that she did not do it and even claimed that the film company used the wrong idea for its promotion.
Chau Sau Na yesterday attended a sugar free chewing gum event and was asked about the matter. Chau Sau Na said that on the day of the theft she was present. At the time she was very sleepy but when she heard that someone lost something, she immediately got up to help with the search. Unfortunately they could not find it in the end. As for the magazine's hint that she stole it, she said, "Really?" Would she be upset over it? She expressed that she could not do anything about that. She said that she was a wedding planner, but a master thief of time (ECHOES OF THE RAINBOW Chinese title). She believed that the wrong promotional idea was used.
Chau Sau Na stressed that she had a pleasant collaboration with the actors. "Mrs. Ting" even gave her laisee. Was she in financial trouble? She said no, earlier she went to work in Japan and her boyfriend got a lot of laisee for her. Yet she wanted to buy real estate.